10 Days Itinerary to Morocco
Are you a first-time traveler who would love to explore the diversities of morocco? If yes, then this is the right place and time to do so. Morocco is a land of wonders and this sumptuous land is very popular for its lifestyle and culture. There are many travelers around the world with Morocco on their bucket list.
This 11-day itinerary is the best package for you if you are planning to head towards Morocco for the first time. You will come across many classic routes of morocco which are packed with wonderful escapades.
This voyage will help you uncover secret delight while you travel through the soul of Morocco and feel enchanted by the remarkable landmarks that exhibits a tranquil identity. We want you to make memories while we take you from Casablanca to Fez and Sahara to Marrakech and relish them lifelong.
The most interesting part about our itinerary is that it is customizable. All you need to do is select the cities and we will give you the best ideas to explore them. We can even customize your tour according to your preferred accommodation, activities, destination and duration. We are here to make your dreams turn into reality and take you on a magical journey.
(DAY 1) The Arrival Day |Casablanca|Rabat|
The itinerary begins from the largest city of Morocco – Casablanca. If you arrive at the early hour of the day in the city then you can head towards Rabat to visit the Hassan II Mosque.
This mosque is famous for its minaret as it is the tallest in the whole world. On the other hand, if you are late then there is nothing to worry about because you can rest and enjoy the beautiful city of Casablanca and then explore Rabat the next day.
(Day 2) |Rabat| Meknes| Volubilis| Fez|
You can visit Rabat on the second of your itinerary as well and explore every corner of this intriguing city. later, you can head towards Meknes which is a less-traveled land of Morocco. This city was built by 10,000 slaves under the orders of the ruler Moulay Ismail.
This city is even known is the “Versailles of Morocco”. Meknes is a less-traveled land but if you have decided to visit then we suggest to take a guide with you. in Meknes, you will come across Bab Mansour which is one of the most remarkable gates of the country.
Then, your next stop will be Volubilis. This city is best known for the Roman ruins. This city was once a flourishing province and now it has turned into the most significant archaeological wonder that speaks a lot about the history of this nation.
Gradually, you will then head towards Fez and spent the night there.
(Day 3) The Fez Journey
Fez is the heart and soul of Morocco that you must not miss visiting. It is the historic center of Art and Science. To some travelers, Fez is a mysterious box that helps enchanting delights. The most intriguing part about this city is the 9000 roads and alleyways which will take you a lifetime to explore.
But in the meantime, you can just visit the beautiful attractions. Do not forget to visit Bartha Museum, Jewish Quarter, the King’s Palace and Pottery Complex. Moreover, this is an 8-hour tour packed with storytelling and sightseeing.
(DAY 4) |Fez| Ifrane| Cedar Forest| Ziz Valley| Erfoud|
You start the fourth day with a long drive to Ifrane. It is a city that was established during the French administration. However, it is the best destination for a summer vacation. The beautiful view of the city helps you to fall in love with it.
Your next stop is the Cedar Forest but, before that, you will come across the Ziz Valley and Erfoud Town. One of the most interesting facts about Erfoud Town is that it is the biggest manufacturer of Dates in Morocco. So we should visit this town and buy some dates for your loved one back home.
(DAY 5) The Call Of Sahara Desert
Before heading toward Merzouga which is your next stop you should spare some time and reach out for the Sahara Desert. But there is an interesting part of this tour because your mode of transportation will have a twist.
Neither will you go there by bus nor a car but a camel. Sounds thrilling right? On this overnight trip, you will experience the most beautiful aura of mother nature. On the other hand, you will even experience a different lifestyle and that is Bedouin Style of living. This tour will offer you the nomadic vibe that you can cherish lifelong.
(Day 6) |Merzouga| Tinrhir| Todra Gorges| Dades Valley| Skoura|
Now is the time to head back to Erfoud but on the way back you will come across a rock monster which is a stone cliff at Todra Gorge. You can take some amazing pictures of this location and complete your lunch.
After an hour of break, your journey will resume and your next destination is the Dades Valley. Here you will encounter humongous rock formation. After spending some time there, you will then proceed towards the Skoura Oasis which is even known as the “Valley of Kasbahs”.
(Day 7) |Skoura| Ouarzazate| Ait Ben Haddou| Telouet| Marrakesh|
Your journey on the seventh day will then proceed from Skoura to Ouarzazate where the Taourirt Kasbah lives. However, then is the journey towards the Ait Ben Haddou which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
It is a significant Kasbah and a well preserved one. If you are not tired of exploring then you can visit Telouet which is a less-visited Kasbah. After witnessing many historical landmarks now is the right time to head towards Marrakesh which will be marked as the last stop of the day.
(Day 8) Marrakesh Journey
The eighth day of the itinerary is all about Marrakesh. You can now explore the mysteries hidden in this land of beauty.
Reach out to the Marrakesh Medina and wander around the street and pathways with our guides. Each monument has is own stories in Marrakesh and all you need to do is listen to the stories and contemplate.
(DAY 9) Marrakesh To Casablanca
You can either head back to Casablanca or stay in Marrakesh depending on the timing of your flight. If you have time then do not rush and stay back to grab the last moments in this land of wonders.
(DAY 10) Bid Goodbye
It is now time to say goodbye to beautiful Morocco. We let you go with the hope that you will surely return someday. We even hope that you had a wonderful journey and made a plethora of memories to cherish.